Annual SEI Architecture Technology User Network Conference
As systems grow in complexity, architecture's role becomes increasingly important at the enterprise, systems, and software levels. Architecture practitioners rely on technology, research, and the knowledge and experience of peers to build predictable, high-quality systems.
The SATURN Conference brings together an international audience of practicing software architects, industry thought leaders, developers, technical managers, and researchers to share ideas, insights, and experience about effective architecture-centric practices for developing and maintaining software-intensive systems.
Five Reasons to Attend SATURN 2020
1. Career advancement
Software architects have the opportunity to be well compensated for doing challenging, satisfying work. Learn essential skills in our Architecture Boot Camp sessions that will put you in demand with organizations looking for people like you.
2. World-class speakers
SATURN speakers include pioneers and innovators in software architecture. Speakers come from a wide range of geographical locations and application domains to share the knowledge they have gleaned from their experience as practicing software architects.
3. Career connections
SATURN is a strong software architecture community. Meet like-minded professionals at social events and workshops. There are many opportunities to network with industry leaders, SATURN speakers, and peers in the field of software architecture. Surveys from the past few years cite the networking opportunities as one of the best parts of SATURN.
4. Great training
SATURN 2020 will offer three SEI courses at a discount from current course pricing. Conference attendees can optimize their SATURN experience by attending one of these courses, conveniently adding a full day of professional development.
5. Information pertinent to your business needs
As systems grow in complexity, architecture's role becomes increasingly important at the enterprise, system, and software levels. Architecture practitioners rely on technology, research, and the experience of peers to build high-quality systems.